Jennifer Zhang of Toronto was one of the first people to interview me. This 33 minute interview focusses on productivity and how to maximize the value of your time. Check out Jennifer’s website for design work.
How do your blog’s stats compare to Neil Patel’s Quicksprout?
- Alexa 10,565
- Annual maintenance cost of $160K to $200K
- Annual revenues of $1 million+
Impressive, right? And if you are ready for another shot of envy, Quicksprout is just a part time effort. Neil writes blog posts on weekends and holidays, since his main focus is his companies: KISSmetrics, KISSinsights, and crazyegg.
We often think of business and charity as mutually exclusive, i.e., that pursuing one means setting aside the other. Pace believes you can have your charitable cake and eat it too. This interview includes specific advise to write a manifesto and build a community around your mission; whatever that is.
Lori Deschene’s tiny buddha is one of the coolest blogs online. Why? Because Lori has cultivated one of the most engaged and well intentioned communities I’ve ever seen. There are a lot of guest posts written by non-writers – they don’t even have a blog to link oo. The comments are often very personal and insightful responses to the articles. Basically, tiny buddha IS NOT about self promotion, getting “hits” on Google Analytics or earning a lot of money. Instead, it’s built from the ground up to be a community where people are safe to share wisdom that enriches our lives.
In this post, I’m going to show you the exact steps Ramit Sethi used to earn over $10 million.
Not long ago, I did a series of private interviews with Ramit Sethi of I Will Teach You To Be Rich and Growth Lab. In these interviews, Ramit revealed his step by step processes for:
- Building a massive online audience
- Creating multiple $1 million+ product launches
I’ve included Ramit’s advice below…
In 2011 / 2012, Dennis Crawford and I were Articling Students at Miller Thomson LLP. In addition to writing long briefs and short discourses, Dennis and I were tasked with entertaining attendees at the firm’s Christmas Party.
This is a guide on how to build an online audience, sell them the exact product they want and generate recurring revenue for years to come.
It’s over 7500 words and took me nearly 30 hours to write. It will take you about 20 minutes to read. If you like, you can download a PDF of the entire guide here.
The content is based on Mixergy interviews with successful entrepreneurs. These experts continue to use these strategies to earn six and seven figure incomes.
Do you have a landing page?
If so, today’s comic might help you increase conversions by 500%.
The lesson features highly actionable advice from Ramit Sethi (one of the best salesmen online).
You like free, right?
Ana is an expert on free traffic sources, but doesn’t write about paid traffic.
She wouldn’t even know how.
And here’s the thing – why would Ana pay?
Traditional paid traffic sources aren’t designed for her.
Google ads are for big brands. They are a waste of time and money for bloggers and entrepreneurs.
AND YET, Ana sells banner advertising space on her blog.
Clearly paid traffic works for somebody.
There is a paid traffic strategy that will work for you.
Master this strategy and you’ll get enormous amounts of targeted traffic fast and cheap.
What’s the strategy?
Direct media buys.
Frustrated with unsubscribes on your newsletter?
You aren’t alone. Most of the metrics associated with our newsletters are fun to watch.
- Subscribe rate going up? Cool.
- Open rate rising? Awesome.
- Clickthrough rate skyrocketing? Yahoo!
So, what is it about unsubscribe rates that is so darn frustrating? Maybe it’s the feeling of rejection that the reader no longer finds enough value in our work. Perhaps it’s the wondering whether they only ever signed up to get our download-bait. Or it could even just be the dissatisfaction of not knowing why all these people are unsubscribing.
Whatever the reason, wouldn’t it be nice if we could just put a stop to unsubscribes for good?